February 9, 2018 / Kathy Casey / Sip NW Magazine

Herbs, Spice and Everything Nice - BelleWood Distilling BRUCE

Herbs and spices have a long history of garden remedies and their medicinal purposes are well established, but it's their aromatic and distinctive flavors that truly intrigue and mesmerize us. More than just DIY cure ingredients for the cold and flu season, herbs and spices also bring out the best in cocktails and culinary dishes too. Like tiny arrows pointing your taste buds to maximum flavor, they highlight and enhance the experiences of every day, and can change the way a cocktail presents itself to fit your mood. Whether it's fresh herbs garnishing a cocktail to add aroma or infused spirits and liqueurs to bring up your flavor game, herbs and spices can make the difference between a boring go-to cocktail and one that has signature appeal. Check out this tasty drink featuring Lynden's BelleWood Distilling BRUCE, here.   

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